Assuming that the BERNAMA news report (see below) - or click HERE- is correct:
Surely the aircraft should be impounded by, and this air accident investigation should be carried out independently by the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia.
They are the regulatory body for civil aviation in Malaysia, are they not?
In order to ensure accountability and transparency, all air (and for that matter any accidents on land, sea or air) accident investigation reports should be made public.
This looks like being yet another cover-up and /or a full whitewash!
Shame on you DCA Malaysia.
NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL NEWS AGENCY, MALAYSIA (BERNAMA)
“LANGKAWI, March 16 (Bernama) -- Flying school HM Aerospace has set up a committee to probe the emergency landing by its Diamond (DA40) light aircraft in the sea near the Pasir Hitam police officers mess in Ayer Hangat on Monday.
Excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta
He who excuses himself, accuses himself
Commodum ex iniuria sua nemo habere debet
No person ought to have advantage from his own wrong
Tuesday, 16 March 2010
AIR ACCIDENT [Diamond DA40 TDI] IN MALAYSIA -HOW CAN A FLYING SCHOOL [HM Aerospace] INVESTIGATE THE DITCHING (CRASH LANDING INTO THE SEA) ON THEIR OWN
Posted by mindful mariner at 17:00
Labels: Aviation Incidents, freedom of information, lack of enforcement, Malaysia, Transparency, truth
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